FreshEd (Inclusive Communities New Zealand)

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We are creating a fun new way for young New Zealanders at a primary and intermediate school level to learn about the ICE Principles (inclus

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We are creating a fun new way for young New Zealanders at a primary and intermediate school level to learn about the ICE Principles (inclusion, culture, environment) which are crucial to a truly sustainable society. These kids will have an effect on their family friends and communities to action their learning and start creating progressive change.

We have already had huge success in turning FreshEd from an idea to a fully operating programme.

Our 'Level 1 - A' curriculum has been created quickly and effectively and is being trialled in schools at the moment. We are continuing to improve these modules as well as creating more for future years.


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